|José L Bernabé Tronchoni (#46500104)|
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I was born in El Cabanyal, Valencia, Spain, in August the 4th of 1969. Si alguien quiere hacer alguna corrección en mis memoriales o desea que no aparezca la foto de la tumba, pueden escribir a email@example.com|
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Anytime. I am always happy to fill in missing details. - Kaye
Added by Kaye on Feb 02, 2017 6:23 AM
|D.L. Olson||Actor Barry Fitzgerald|
I'm impressed by your extensive contributions for this history site. You do have an error, though, with actor Barry Fitzgerald's listing as spouse. His non-stage name was William Joseph Shields. You have him listed as having a spouse and child. That woman was married to a William H. Shields, and the child was of that union.
Barry Fitzgerald was never married nor did he have children, according to IMDB and Wikipedia.
|Thomas Haas||Jean Tinguely #255 174 53|
He is buried at the cemetery in Neyruz, Saanebezirk, Fribourg, Switzerland.
(As far I could figure out, this cemetery not yet exists at 'find a grave')
See grave photo in german Wikipedia record for "Neyruz".
Find a grave #124758874
Miklós Jancsó grave in Budapest "Kerepesi" cemetery.
Added by nemis on Aug 18, 2016 3:18 PM
|Bernard Johnson||Henry King|
He is not at Holy Cross. Removed from there years ago. He is at Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Tampa, Florida. I have alerted Find a Grave to try and get this straightened out. Also wanted you to know. Keep an eye out.
|Dafnelina||Sobre Amalia Molina|
Acabo de consultar la información publicada por usted sobre la artista sevillana Amalia Molina.
Me dedico a investigar sobre artistas flamencas (mis trabajos están disponibles en www.flamencasporderecho.com) y Amalia es precisamente una de las figuras a las que me he acercado. Llevo tiempo buscando los datos exactos de su nacimiento y origen familiar, sin éxito. Sí tengo la partida de defunción y, según dicho documento, pudo nacer en 1881. Veo que usted apunta la fecha exacta (28 de enero, la misma que da en su biografía José Caraffia). ¿Sería tan amable de decirme cómo ha conseguido esa información? ¿Ha dado usted con su partida de nacimiento?
|Chloé||Aurora Portales García|
That makes perfect sense, thank you!
Added by Chloé on Jun 29, 2016 7:41 AM
|Chloé||¡ Saludos de California!|
I am almost finished with the work I have done at the Cementerio de la Almudena in Madrid - but I wanted to thank you so very much for all the hard work and dedication you have put in to the memorials you have created there, and other places. You seem fortunate to be able to travel a great deal! Your work is impressive, inspiring and enormously entertaining! Your English is impeccable. Where did you gain such an impressive command of English? -How is it that you have access to all of these wonderful biographies and photos of Spanish celebrities? Did you write the biographies yourself?
One final question: Today I created a memorial for someone who goes only by a single name: "Aurorina" (in the same cemetery). I would like to add her full name and something about her - but can find nothing on the Internet here. Is she well known there? I would be grateful for any help you might be able to provide.
Added by Chloé on Jun 28, 2016 10:47 PM
|Tangent||Site naming conventions for Spanish surnames|
I'm not certain of the best way to put Spanish-language surnames on memorials. I know the correct order of names (father's first, mother's second) but the site just isn't set up for that. The father's last name is neither a middle name nor a maiden name. The rules don't address this.
Do you have any suggestions?
Added by Tangent on Jun 15, 2016 4:45 PM
|StoneMiller, a RealMcCloy||RE: June McCloy|
Thanks very much. June was a cousin of my mom and they shared birthdays. June also 'inspired' a whole generation of McCloy girls to leave the small towns of Ohio, mom included, and seek fame and fortune in the big city. Though none of them were successful unless you count their manner of dressing in the 30s and 40s. 😁 She was also quite a good singer with a deep husky voice.
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